23 Авг, 2018

Attended Conferences and Invited Talks

  • Invited Talks

2020 (November)        Invited Speaker. Processing of Code-switched Sentences: An Insight into Syntax-Prosody Interface.  Syntax, Semantics and Sentence processing Lab. Northwestern University, USA.

2020 (April)                Plenary talk. Psycholinguistics Approaches to Language Processing. International Linguistics Conference. Minin University, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

2020 (April)                Invited Lecturer. Structure of Meaning and Meaning of Structure. Minin University, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

2019 (October)           Invited Speaker. Structural Parse in Non-Native Sentence Processing. Center for Language and Brain. Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia.

 2019 (September)       Guest Lecturer. Psycholinguistic Implications on Language Pedagogy. Professional Training for Teachers of Foreign Languages. Nizhny Novgorod Linguistics University, Russia.

 2019 (September)       Guest Lecturer. Introduction to Psycholinguistics: Generative Approaches. Lecture to Graduate Students. Department of English. Nizhny Novgorod Linguistics University, Russia.

2019 (April)                Invited Speaker. Prediction-based processing in adult native speakers and language learners. Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics Lab in the School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, The University of Reading, UK

 2019 (April)                Invited Speaker. Processing syntactically complex sentences by adult native speakers and language learners of English and Russian. Comparative and Diachronic Syntax Lab. Department of Second Language Studies, Indiana University Bloomington, USA.

 2018 (September)       Invited Speaker and Workshop Leader. Are we bilingual when learning languages in the classroom? Summer School: Linguistic Theory in Second and Foreign Language Teaching. Braunschweig, Germany.

2018 (May)                 Guest Lecturer. Introduction to Linguistics in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Course “Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Communication Sciences and Disorders,” Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Northwestern University, USA.

2017 (October)           Invited Speaker. Phenomenon-sensitive processing of linguistic ambiguities in native speakers and non-balanced bilinguals. Bilingualism and Psycholinguistics Research Group. Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Northwestern University, USA.

  •  Conferences and Presentations

Sokolova, M. (2020). Acquisition of Non-Native Parsing: Evidence from Armenian and Russian. Poster presentation at ISBPAC, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Sokolova, M. and R. Slabakova (2020). Acquisition of L2 Parsing by Adult L2 Speakers at the Intermediate level of L2 Proficiency. Poster presentation at ISBPAC, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Sokolova, M. (2020). Non-Native Sentence Processing by Armenian-Russian-English Trilinguals. Oral presentation at International Linguistics Conference, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

Sokolova, M. and R. Slabakova (2019). Evidence for Prediction-based Processing in Native and Non-Native Speakers of Russian and English. Oral presentation at GALA 2019, Milano, Italy.

Sokolova, M. and R. Slabakova (2019). Structural Prediction in Native and Non-Native Processing: Evidence from Russian and English. Poster presentation at AMLaP, Moscow, Russia.

Sokolova, M. and R. Slabakova (2019). Structural Prediction in Native and Non-Native Processing: Evidence from Russian and English. Oral presentation at Conference on Multilingualism, Leiden, the Netherlands.

Sokolova, M and R. Slabakova. (2019). A different type of RC resolution: Comparing bilingual versus trilingual processing. Oral presentation at Experimental Psycholinguistics Conference, Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Sokolova, M and R. Slabakova. (2019). Cyclicity in Parsing and Interpretation Decision-Making in Russian and English. Poster presentation at XIV International Symposium of Psycholinguistics. Tarragona, Spain.

Sokolova, M and R. Slabakova. (2019). A different type of RC resolution: Comparing bilingual versus trilingual processing. Oral presentation at Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA 2019) Conference. Reno, USA.

Sokolova, M and R. Slabakova. (2018). L3 processing: language-specific or phenomenon-sensitive? Oral presentation at Second Language Research Forum (SLRF2018). Montreal, Canada.

Sokolova, M and R. Slabakova (2018). L3 processing: language-specific or phenomenon-sensitive? Oral presentation at Bilingualism Forum 2018. Chicago, USA.

Sokolova, M. (2018). Phenomenon-sensitive processing in bilinguals and trilinguals. Oral presentation at 11th International Conference on Multilingualism and third language acquisition. Lisbon, Portugal.

Sokolova, M and R. Slabakova. (2018). L3 processing: language-specific or phenomenon-sensitive? Oral presentation at European Second Language Acquisition (EuroSLA 2018) Conference. Muenster, Germany.

Sokolova, M. (2017). Phenomenon-specific sentence processing in native speakers and language learners. Oral presentation at Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALA13) Conference. Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Sokolova, M. (2017). Processing Linguistic ambiguities by native speakers and language learners. Poster presented at the XIII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics. Braga, Portugal.

Sokolova, M. (2016). Relative Clause Processing by Second Year Learners of Russian (pilot study). Poster presented at Bilingualism forum 2016. Chicago, USA.

Sokolova, M. (2015). Cross linguistic influence in L3 phonetics. Poster presented at the XII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics. Valencia, Spain.